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making long term investments in our children and families. we have some key strategies that we have two platforms for our service deliveries and everything we do is focused on those platforms one is preschool and family research centers. and within those platforms we probated in our work around health and mental health and family support. we also make strong investments in t, a's and training and coaching. we also put money into direct services and those are really targeted to the children and the families at their highest need. and we believe in order to have a bigger impact we need to align our investment and we've done that. and lastly we believe children's signature program. it it it is tarthsz our neighbors >> can i ask a quick question? so the tax goes down because people are smoking less? then the propose h money from the public education enrichment fund has been going up but it need to be reauthorize in 2014 is that right >> it has to be reauthorized correct. we also have in propose 10 we've been award a grant from the federal government down to the california department o
children we have 4 main areas we focus on all about perpetrating the school programs. we look at strengthening child health and we believe that we looked at the whole child not only the child but their families and communities and teachers. we believe in a continuum and making long term investments in our children and families. we have some key strategies that we have two platforms for our service deliveries and everything we do is focused on those platforms one is preschool and family research centers. and within those platforms we probated in our work around health and mental health and family support. we also make strong investments in t, a's and training and coaching. we also put money into direct services and those are really targeted to the children and the families at their highest need. and we believe in order to have a bigger impact we need to align our investment and we've done that. and lastly we believe children's signature program. it it it is tarthsz our neighbors >> can i ask a quick question? so the tax goes down because people are smoking less? then the propo
inform and an unplanned kind of event but i hope we look to find out who the main coordinators of those parks are. so i said to appreciate our staff and your effort to make sure the park is brought back to a place that's used by everyone >> thank you supervisor. colleagues any questions. i would say as a former player of the seahawks it was a dump then >> i'd like to open it up to the public comment any comment on item 2? okay seeing none public comment is closed. >> mr. clerk can i please call item 3. >> hearing hear the updated information on 2014 and 2015. >> okay. we have maria sue from d c y f. >> good afternoon i'm maria. joined now by my colleague. do you want to - >> actually mr. chair, i wanted to ask if he could do the d c y f presentations first? >> any issues with that? okay. let's precede >> i'm going to switch mike's. so once again i'm maria. it's my pleasure to present our proposed budget for fiscal year 2013 >> excuse me. we'll hear them both together thank you. >> thank you just because we like to follow the folks with age we'll let them start. okay good
for the opportunity to speak. i'm a program manager at the health aids project. we provided health services you ranging from acute orders and we keep our clients housed. the demand for our services remains as high as every. we saw 1 hundred 1 hundred and 35 people had hiv. 1 thousand and 1 hundred 68 of those persons had low incomes. 1 hundred and 67 person for psy psych - people receive - we do our best to connect people in order to prevent any lower level of existing. that means a hundred or more persons who are resulting in hospitalization and decline in overall educational functioning. we are here to ask for your help >> thank you very much. is there any additional public comment? okay seeing none may we close public comment? and i want to thank everyone who came out today and also the public health and the community based toeshgsz was very useful presentation at the beginning. we're earlier in our budget and we'll continue to work and advocate to do everything we can to backfill the anticipated federal cuts. so mr. chairman if there are no additional comments? >> just some brief condemn
relationships with san francisco medical center. and we have generated an impact of about $6.2 billion for the regional economy. so our long-range development plan is the universities equivalent to other institutions what they prepare. we have over a period of 15 to 20 years the current plan you'll hear about references of how we have changed. the next plan is expected to have a planning horizon of 2035 anticipate that plan with counsel a report which will be certified and adopted. our l ap is driven by our strategy academic plan. this is a that shows our campus. the pink cycles note the major owned sites and the number of cycles represent the amount of is that a we have at the sites. our largest sites are at mission bay and we also have a multiple building site at mount sdooen. our other sites will be the mission building and san francisco general. this table shows you our primary activities and major sites i described. you can see our in patient and outpatient care as well as our regional research plans and housing. at mission bay we have a significant research presence and
attractivene attract shuns. we have second way tours owe food vendor off the grid have bit by bit have helped us solve our budget problems and we're expecting growth of 3 hundred thousand. on the expenditure side our savings come from two small sources as i mentioned the agreement with the zoo department. the non profit takes up the staff and we'll save from folks leaving. we have a very robust wellness program when folks get hurt open the job we are giving them softer jobs. we're going to have $350,000 savings in our workman's comp area. >> so real quick getting back to the revenues. i know we had a debate here the board of supervisors the non san francisco resident charges. can you tell us how much that brings in a year >> the gross numbers is well over 5 hundred thousand. obviously we have expenses but this helps to subsidies the cost of 3 of our gardeners there. the fact it, it's free to san franciscans the upkeep of a garden in san francisco we unique. we have 11 workers that we have assigned and we have about three to four gardeners in the parks. there's a lot of staff tha
focus in our department of public health department in 4 years we've increased the scholarship program now we're well over 8 thousand in four years. that's the money we subsidize as a department we work very closely with the housing authority and they all participate in our program for free there is no charge. the number of people that have become eligible or we sign up to our scholarship program has grown significantly. and because of our revenue growth we're actually able to make this groebt especially in transportation. one of the biggest things we have is our ability to move children there to the lake merced and paddle boats and so forth but if we can't get our children there then it in make a difference. we have some pilot you funding we can work with partners to make sure we're getting our kids to the programs. our bond choices that we're community driven there's a significant amount of revenue in district 10 and projects in district 5. a couple of projects in district 6. we're working hard to make sure our investments are equitable. the two district where the scores impr
future. we're going to have imply campus housing as well as the 92 burn building which was two dormitories before. we plan to demolish the institution building and put a hospital building there. we're proposing to make certain improvements in cooperation with the city. and also take steps to manage our impact especially the neighborhood experiences. so we'll continue to consult with our neighbors. i mentioned a subject earlier that has been a controversial matter as a result of a plan we put forth to address some of the hazards and health of the forest there. this lp will not specifically address that plan because we have already produced the plan and so i'm not prepared to discuss in detail what you're actions are going to be expected what we publicly stated already. so let me move on to mission bay. that's where most of our growth has taken place. so therefore we've created a critical mass of programs there along with our new construction of the hospital. because we've been very efficient in the use of our footprints there we have more land than our development capacity so we
on patrol on one time, however, we'll do spot codes and we'll ask people inform comply that can range from dog use where dangerous are not supposed to be off leashes. we have limited sources. >> and i mentioned the children of housing authority. is there a better way i know that people are signing up on lines and one of the biggest challenges that i know that many of the families in public housing has is the access for the ability to do that is once that enrollment is opened up i'm hoping it has been a little bit of an deterrent. i was wondering this is not necessarily a budget matter but could there a be better way to make sure that folks have access to the programs. >> sure just so the public is aware we do have online registration and we do all those at our rec centers and with respect to the housing authority in particular i had the privilege of attending the wreaking parks i think two saturdays ago and our staff is more than willing to come to resident council meetings or any public housing authority site and help people with registration. we realize is outreach is particularly impo
very much for doing this work. we hope this program is successful. we appreciate your time to taking what's before you and hope you have everything you need to make this a successful program. the eyes of the country is on san francisco as they see this program launches and see if we have built up to a reputation as the leader for a fight for clean energy and from fossil fuel to clean energy. thank you for taking the time to do that and we appreciate the work you are doing. we are really concerned the rates are still too high and i encourage to you discuss that. no one is turned off by this program because this is a discussion for the rates. all of people will eventually be part of this program. if we lose them in phase one. they will probably not go back to us. we would like ninety percent of the residential ue customers to come to this program. thank you very much. >> hello, i'm a 50 year san francisco resident and have currently operating 3 different companies here in the san francisco bay area currently employing 65 people in all clean energy wefrment currently building out a l
>>> good morning san franciscans. >> good morning. >> we will not be deterred in memory of sandy hook and boston. we are making chicken salad out of chicken bleep. so we are going to start with a great flourish from our san franciscans. [ applause ] >> nicely done. how about a nice hand? >> now because it is 5:11. it's time to remember 1906. we need a moment of silence. a minute of silence begins now. moment of silence. >>> there is our minute of silence. [sirens] >>> >>> there it is. to remember those who perished and survived the earthquake in san francisco. now we are going to remember a song from san francisco. do you remember? some of you can sing. here we go.♪ [ applause ] >> ladies and gentlemen, in honor of the 24 th year of producing this event. here is the housekeeper. let's hear it for him. [ applause ] . >> in just a few short minutes, 107 years ago, this city was devastated by the earthquake, by the gas fires that followed. there was nothing. there was no internet, there was no cell phones, there was no phones. people gathered. we are gathering here today to hono
think that's the big question in the moment that we are all waiting to see. thanks. >> thanks very much venlt -- very much. next speaker. >> good afternoon speakers, i'm the conservation organizer for the san francisco bay. i represent 6,000 members in san francisco. i'm happy that you are having the discussion. have you very much for doing this work. we hope this program is successful. we appreciate your time to taking what's before you and hope you have everything you need to make this a successful program. the eyes of the country is on san francisco as they see this program launches and see if we have built up to a reputation as the leader for a fight for clean energy and from fossil fuel to clean energy. thank you for taking the time to do that and we appreciate the work you are doing. we are really concerned the rates are still too high and i encourage to you discuss that. no one is turned off by this program because this is a discussion for the rates. all of people will eventually be part of this program. if we lose them in phase one. they will probably not go back to us. we wo
relationship with the rest of the region that we are hoping will be able to facilitate and are teaching this with the plan b area. so let me stop here. and i will let him take over. >> i used to work here when the dinosaurs, and this room as beautiful as it was. i am here to tell you about the money and it should not take long, there is a lot of it and that is certainly the case and as you can see on this chart, close to 300 billion dollars in this plan that we forecast will be available over the next 25 to 30 years and the principle take away is that most of it is generated in this area. between the funds and the local funds that are primarily sales tax and transit fares and it is two-thirds of the money. and the down side of course is that has been some what of a necessity because of the lack of investment and sacramento and washington and the good news is that when you raise your own money, and you can write your own rules and that is something that we have done to the benefit and not done a lot of highways in the area and you tear them down more than you build them and we need to in
extensive evaluation that we are going through and we'll have at the end of both of these grants. >> can you tell us what year are we in this grant cycle. >> we are in the first year of both these grants. so the width grants is 3 years and the hb grant is 4. that's how i refer to it vernacular wise. in terms of the partnerships and how it's set up. the assessment case management job search skills and internship and job placement is done through a group. the other academy tech mecca and usf is i would say secondary providers to those services, but the three organizations that i mentioned earlier are sort of our primary. they do all of our support services. the training as you can see is done by those same organizations and i would add the community college and sf state is also a part of that. there is also a number of educational consultants that have helped us with labor market research, industry knowledge and know how, specific information, community technology has helped us a lot in the initial writing of the grant and helped with the labor market research. sf unified also is a part of thi
is david campos and other commissioners as they arrive. clerk of the board is elisa miller and we are brought together by sfgtv staff whose name i don't have but i want to thank them for their service. >> madam clerk please call the next item >> item no. 2, march 25th, meeting with the san francisco commission. >> thank you. any comments or questions or changes? let's go to public complent -- comment on the last minutes on the march 25th meeting. seeing none for this item. can we have a motion to approve these minutes? motion by breed and campos. next item. >> item no. 3. activities report on power program, status update on the proceedings on california public commission. >> great. thank you. we have this update coming up right now to plug in before barbara miller, hale start. i stood before the public commission on tuesday and we'll get a date for the approval meeting. there is not that action at the puc. i know as we are missing those dates we are pushing back possibly on the start of clean power set program. i'm concerned we are not moving in the direction we need to move.
for me, that it's an important thing. as was said before, every member -- we're all members of the community as well and it's all extremely important. the fire fight is important to us and we are ready and we count on the relationship that we have with cal fire. in fact, that's probably the most essential part of this thing for us to be ready to fight future fires. >> colonel. >> thank you very much for allowing us to come here and participate because it is important. we really appreciate very much this opportunity. we're doing well right now but there's khal lefrpgs we can do better on and that's exactly what we're looking forward to do. we're looking forward to build upon and leverage what we're doing here. communications, that was one of the first things. it's different with our active duty forces because you see here, we send our aircraft all around the world. we can't necessarily just invest in some components in the aircraft and call it good because those assets may be gone and deployed but we have work arounds for that. we are looking forward to that as well in
shortly. we'd left lane like to recognize the staff for sf gov. tv >> please silence all phones and any documents as to say included into the record should be submitted to the city clerk. >> thank you please call item number one. >> it's to receive an duplicate grading on the traffic program. >> supervisor al loss and i sit on the transportation board of directors and i sit on the committee board and we've received an update on a 3 track process. i thought it's helpful to hear about this program and also to be able to weigh in and have input to this program. history i think there's been somewhat a separation on items such as those and this committee can share in ways we work together to improve our schools and neighborhood. so i'm hoping that that our committee can play a bigger roll in facilitating those conversations. we have someone here to give us an you tell date on the program >> thank you, madam chair thank you very much. as supervisor kim said we really welcome our feedback on this program. i'm going to go through it - what we're hoping to do around schools >> we talk about
out. the one of the things we've duplicate is most recently is we have modified a policy where the department of human services. we've worked with the labors. we had a d o w policy as you know there's a cap for the cap for firefighters is 6 hundred and 33 hours. if someone is willing to work on overtime shift the exception is granted for that. also which comes up not very often is if the person is not been able to be on a working shift and they have to go to mooned training but that's not used often that were and if we were to go to wildland fires then we receive money from that >> so that being said we have higher earners. so people are put into the shift we're allowing those to work who want to at unsafe levels. one of the things we've done is put a cap into for 11 hundred hours to try to minimize it's not going to change the time but it will distribute that. >> so i know that many people who are doing over time hours not just people who were doing the offer time but across the whole department it leads to exposure risks and chaufgs. and have will every ever been you mentio
. and with that brings the promise of new challenges for sure in interoperatability and new capabilities that we have never had before. in fact, no other country is as far along as we are, even though we're just starting. what we see is the opportunity there to interoperate in many different ways than just voice as we have in the past. the challenge for us in the future will be the challenge of connectivity where we can connect wide band or narrow band voice or data or video across different systems. again, all of this is based on using internet protocol. one of the things that we at our company does is provide a relay in an unmanned vehicle to fly in the vicinity of a ship like this and provide over the horizon communications. very high level communications. but importantly, it also integratings and interoperates narrow band, broad band, voice, data and video. and so the challenges of the new systems that are coming out and will be coming out over the next few years are great, but so are the benefits. we know the technological answer, as i mentioned, is ip, internet protocol. but i suggest we
's not used often that were and if we were to go to wildland fires then we receive money from that >> so that being said we have higher earners. so people are put into the shift we're allowing those to work who want to at unsafe levels. one of the things we've done is put a cap into for 11 hundred hours to try to minimize it's not going to change the time but it will distribute that. >> so i know that many people who are doing over time hours not just people who were doing the offer time but across the whole department it leads to exposure risks and chaufgs. and have will every ever been you mentioned mandatory staffing level and we have guarantees that we have to have a staffing levels. and now we're saying because the mandatory staffing levels to harm people possibly does that make sense to change the levels >> i think it's a fair question peer we're not overstaffed, in fact, if you look at the growth of the crane in the city you can see our california volume has gone up. 70 percent medical calls and thirty percent fire calls. the reality it that we're - >> the response to calls doe
great. the public side agreed that would be best and we could start fresh then >> we'll entertain a motion to continue this one week first, i'd like to open it up to public comment. any members of the audience wish to comment? >> i've lived in san francisco for 61 years. first, i'd like to thank this committee there were some very important items. items number 6 and item 3 which i just missed so i'll look at it on replay. i think this committee is doing very good work and i hope it keeps it up let's face it the department of public health wastes a lot of money and it effects the poor. >> thank you. colleagues you can't can we continue this one week? >> so moved. okay. we have item number 6 before his the supplemental >> thank you for your patience here because of the way the hospital in was post we can't have 6 members of the board here at the same time but this is a supplemental that i was proud to produce. i want to thank the supervisors for their co-sponsorship. i'll turn the bulk to the chief assistant public defender. but we're talking about expenditures that are needed.
us a great deal. the mayor has been supportive of this and we've been able to supplement with that. so in terms of actual gardeners there's half of them? >> we are adding parks. >> hopefully in my district and a couple other supervisors district. and you know, i see for example, at the problem most heavy in the sdorz park they work real really, really hard and with when you look at the garbage situations it doesn't leave much time to create a better park. so in terms of having more fully rounded staff. how many security patrol officers do you have? >> our total shift d is about 23 or 22 which allows 2 to 3 park rangers on patrol all the time. >> one in candlestick park and two other parks? how did we let that happen? i'm being a little bit rhetorical. this seems inadequate. we have vandalism in our parks >> i don't have an answer other than the fact that, you know, we are under resource and the public function of our park patrol officers but there are certain specific needs that our park officers are better able to address than police officers. >> i'm not criticizing we set o
scholarship for children that don't have access to a quality environment. we're phil children and giving them full quality scholarships. and this will serve about 2 hundred children. and the other thing we're trying to do is voucher children lose those because they lose their jobs. so we want to make sure that those children stay in preschool at least until their kindergarten age >> i saw the slide when i was in my office. >> it has to be reauthorized - when it is reauthorized. >> the last thing in terms of prop 10 we've also had a reserve. and the commission has approved one year of funding so we'll be using our reserve so we can maintain our long term investment. you see our decline we know that in fiscal 16, 17 or 15, 16 we have a planned one million dollars cut but we're trying to fill in our reserve so we can maintain a level of funding. so we have - here's our participants. we have lots of children we served about 3 hundred thousand kids in preschool and this includes our infants and toddlers. the entertains benefit from our family support - >> mr. chair can i ask a
support this bill and thank you. >> thank you. before we get to the next speaker, for those in the overflow room, i just want to note that we do have some open seats now in the hearing room. and we are proceeding with public comment. if you are going to testify today as opposed to waiting until april 15th. next speaker. >>> ladies and gentlemen, i support the tic conversion. i think lots of the tenants maybe misunderstood because nobody explain to them the tic conversion will not displace or will not replace or expel any existing tenant. the existing tenant will stay and then this new law will give the tenant maybe a lifetime warranty to live in as long as they live. and that is good, good for the tenant, good for the landlord. i don't why any people say something about that. and this society fair -- should be fair to the landlord and fair to the tenant. we both need the tic conversion like it is and thanks a lot. >> thank you. is there any additional public comment? ms. miller, do we know if there is anyone in the overflow room? okay, we're going to check with the overflow
throughout transportation programs and projects that are funded by prop k. and then we talked about some specific projects that immediate to be addressed in the near future. and then we talk about the work around transportation studies. we can spend a lot of time looking at discussing things that should be happening instead that are under way, but those who are the users of the transportation systems here, unless they are feeling that and seeing that, then a lot of times it's used facilitating discussions, but this talks about getting things done. one of the priorities, one of the key competencies is getting things done. it's important that at the end of the day that things are getting done and that there is this perception that things are getting done as part of the leadership role. so we had about 7 top priorities but we narrowed it down to 4. these are not the only ones but we thought these were key ones and then we talk about the role of the director, what they are responsible for and what their duties are and those are pretty standard for a leadership role. some are very specif
(indiscernible) -- and then we met with the property owners and matched the artists to the property owners and created murals, over 38 all around the city. putting the artists and the city on the other side (indiscernible) same solution for many of the -- (indiscernible) in the last few months we're seeing now -- murals. spending a lot of time. funding the artists program at schools. teaching that graffiti is offensive. (indiscernible) trying to teach them that san francisco is a very creative city. we want to do artwork and we'll help you; we have lots of walls around the city. we can buy your art supplies and help you. (indiscernible) the other program that we have (indiscernible) in san francisco and many other parts of the country is what we call a graffiti watch program. we provide materials, training, allow people to take ownership of certain sections of their block and help us -- problems and -- (indiscernible) that is a very successful program. we have had over 350 people who are active in that program now. facilitate a lot of programs, tackle the problem that we have. (indi
current year and we'll try to foulth a way to make it affordable. i know that one of the supervisors has asked me important the breakdown. so you'll see the intention that went into the process - >> and i appreciate that the experience we've had in the past are the - we worked together in 2008 and 2009 i think that 2009 was the last grant cycle and i want to make sure we have that collaborative effort. i know we can't move money from a particular organizations but i know that our department will help us to look at the neighbors we serve and the ethnic communities we serve. the second question is last year, we went through a process and the human service agency to develop the earlier recall child investment process. >> i definitely feel that the development of the office of car care and education is moving forward. we are in the process of selecting a department head we've done a couple of interviews already. so we're really excited i think that the 3 departments are coming together. and we're seeing for come nationals than not. we're seeing a system from birth t
we have a packed agenda tonight. first we want to thank the southeast community facility commission for opening their doors tonight and their executive director, moses. thank you for opening the doors tonight. we have a very, very tight agenda. the goal here is for the community to be heard. this is not a question and answer time, but the goal is for the community to be heard. when we get to public comment, and you make your statements. remember we want you to be as concise as possible, because the department heads and the mayor are here to hear you. without further ado, i want to introduce mayor lee and he will open us up. thank you. good evening everybody. as stated eloquent ly, this is time for all of you in the community particularly focused residents of 10 and 11, to tell us in government what you feel passionate about. i want to thank supervisor avalos and supervisor cohen that it will be here in a minute. your budget chair is supervisor farrell, i want to thank him as he will have a lot of meetings. and i want to thank the different departments represented here. you can see t
, play grounds, community rooms, and historic gymnasium. >> here we are. 60 years and $14 million later, and we have got this beautiful, brand-new rec center completely accessible to the entire neighborhood. >> the new rec center houses multi-purpose rooms for all kinds of activities, including basketball, line dancing, playing ping-pong, and arts and crafts. >> use it for whatever you want to do, you can do it here. >> on friday, november 16th, the dedication and ribbon cutting took place at the sunset playground and recreation center celebrating its renovation. it was raining, but the rain clearly did not dampen the spirits of the dignitaries, community members, and children in attendance. [cheering and applauding] ♪ ♪ test, test, test, test, test, test test >> good afternoon and welcome to the city and school joint committee. i'm kim. i'm currently joined and school board members. supervisor mark farrell will be here shortly. we'd left lane like to recognize the staff for sf gov. tv >> please silence all phones and any documents as to say included into the record should be subm
just wanted to mention that -- so we were at the level of 664,000 for many years. i think this is an opportunity, we have the money now, the trigger hasn't been pulled, there is a little bit more money and i think it was a testing ground for restorative practices and i think we've seen is that people want this type of strategy, we want to implement them in their schools, they want the coaches to make it real. my fear is if we keep it at this amount that you recommend, that it will stay at this amount for many, many years so i'd like to set the bar high and i think ten years from now we will think this amount is low. but as you see, we had it at 664,000 for many, many years and we have this opportunity now to up it a little bit to its full level of funding that we originally intended it to be at. >> commission mofus. >> thank you. so to vice president fewer's point around the additional 43,430 dollars, i noted on this revised -- the revision that we have a general infrastructure increase of 45,000 which wasn't on our budget, on the budget that we received as a committee
sewer programs with the parents we try to find a small neighborhood camp if they enjoy sports skills we'll look for a skills camp weeping we'll look for where they can help the child get involved in the decision. not just for childcare by help parents without children of disabilities and help them choose camps microbe anything to help the meant make the decisions so the child is happy in the camps >> so a big part of our job is to make sure we have an inclusion this is the photo of a bunch of people there in the camp. the mold we're trying to get is that we do and it says open the screen we do whatever it takes to help children with disabilities in all aspects of recreation and parks. >> so how the process workings in how inclusion works we do the assessments and such but the parents will reasonable for a register their child or an adult we work with dulls but looking at the children program they'll reasonable for the program and we'll do an assessment and we really promote and our materials are user friendly terms in other words, for our child to have a successful experience they'll
marketing document is going to look like. and so they have done that the help of staff we've been able to produce this so you can take a look at it. we can kind of walk through it. typically the recruitment is going to have 2 aspects to it. there is the highly public aspect of the recruitment which deals with putting noticed and postings in various professional journals and websites and various list serves and other sources that people generally go to for information, not only in terms of information about the profession but also information about job opportunities and what's going on. so that's the highly public side. usually about 80 percent of all the volume of applications come as a result of that high profile effort and activity. the other 20 percent which really kind of represents the core of the recruitment are people that we have identified internally and externally to the organization who have these core competency. they represent 80 percent of the value and 80 percent of the candidates. our strongest emphasis is also on direct relationships and value the candidates that are b
the questions but we will be presenting you with numbers next month. >> i kind of have a just... i don't know. the thing about the other the cal trans, reading this, i can't determine whether the cal translegal department asked us to replace cal transgeneral parking or whether it is the parking for the lawyers for cal trans. yes, it is for the lawyers they parked in the former. >> yes, they parked in the former transbay, terminal. and this is a condition as for so long as their offices in san francisco that we will provide them with replacement parking that was in the formal terminal. >> that is very interesting. >> those lawyers. >> how many parking spaces? >> we pay for about 20 spaces it is just under 7600 a month. >> you think that they would be better to us, wouldn't you? >> okay. and i actually have the exact same question when i read the report. i was wondering if that was... >> it was the employees and that is amazing is there a team so in congress with what this project is about, and what the city's first transit policy. do we think that we have the opportunity to renegotiate that? >
jobs or just an industry as a whole? >> the industry as a whole. so we had to look at market data and look at growth and find the occupations that met the need of the populations that we wanted to try to recruit. you will see as i go through my demographics, most of the students at techsf have only a high school diploma. you will see a chart that actually shows you the types of things that we are trying to train for and also how we've looked at the industry to try to identify the things that don't require which you are referring to is a really high threshold that the community does have a continuum. we have since we have started this project the need for high needed engineers. that is true, there is no denying that, but there is also a need and you will see as we go through this for folks with other skills that are not at that level. so we tried to set this up where we can get to a continuum so we do not fall through that. you will see as we go through the demographic. >> thank you. >> what you are looking at now are sort of the goals of the grant and so let me go through this. so
down. what we're finding, too, is that while the reduction in the graffiti over all was very minimal this year, we saw huge swings in the amount of graffiti vandalism by neighborhood. so the gardineau neighborhood in 2011 had a 77 percent decrease, we saw a 200 percent increase in the neighborhood. that is telling me these are the priority neighborhoods through this year where i have to find out what's going on in those neighborhoods in terms of what we can be doing to address the programming needs of those communities. 7 neighborhoods accounted for 59 percent of the graffiti, this is visually showing you how most of the graffiti continues for us to be concentrated in 7 specific neighborhoods. i'm going to have to turn the light off again. so this map is a sample of one of the maps that was created. so the original dots reflect where the graffiti was and the intensity of the graffiti that occurred in 2011. so the larger the dot, the more intensity the graffiti was at that particular location. the blue dots indicate how much graffiti or what the graffiti was at each location in t
of the recruitment are people that we have identified internally and externally to the organization who have these core competency. they represent 80 percent of the value and 80 percent of the candidates. our strongest emphasis is also on direct relationships and value the candidates that are brought to our attention through our own research or referrals or through our knowledge and direction from the commission as well. so typically the brochure is going to have information about the community. people know san francisco but we put information about it also. we put a flavor here with the assistance of staff. that gave people a feel for the city of san francisco, it's diversity, but also some of it's transit uniquenesses which is something that really speaks highly of the city of san francisco in terms of it's ranking in the country and in the world in terms of being a transit for enterprise which is the message to candidates if you are not interested in working for an organization that is really pushing the envelope relative to transit, then this is probably not going to be the greatest pla
hope. and that they can succeed no matter where you come from for too long. we have seen too much violence in our communities and it must end. yesterday i signed into law the nation's first ban on possession of halopoint ammunition in san francisco. we worked closely with supervisor cohen to introduce this legislation. these extra deadly bullets have no place in our streets. we are also creating an early warning system to alert us when individuals make massive purchases of ammunition, because even if there is a remote possibility we can prevent another tragedy, we are morally bound to do so. and we must support president obama and senator finestien comprehensive effort to reform the gun laws, i support state and federal effort to keep the weapons off of our streets and out of our homes. i have directed our city agencies and law enforcement officials to move towards plans of action, to prioritize and create solutions that impact policy changes and take aggressive actions against the moment egregious types of gun violence and we are working hard and making more plans for more deeper
that i have identified with based on what the needs are as well as identifying others as we go through this process and screening through our rigorous screening process. >> very good. thank you. i would actually in terms of making sure we are casting that wide we are also casting it within san francisco as well. >> we start off locally. >> right. i do want to -- i think it's important to be careful about how we do talk about the ideal candidates. you did say they were elsewhere and i think that somewhat could be interpreted exclusively to outside of san francisco. i know you brought that. >> it's all inclusive. it meant to be all inclusive wherever they happen to be. >> i do think you need to have the international search as well but pertain to local as well. >> what i would like to do is we've given you the text of the draft borrow borrow brochure. we asked them to put something in front of you this morning so you at least have a visual of the profile which is our key marketing document is going to look like. and so they have done that the help of staff we've been able to produce th
and how we want to treat other people. for most of the individuals expands to our families, our community and our nation. and we as a nation have a proud tradition of innovation, and as part of this journey, we have joined with leaders and thinkers of the tech community to ask a new question. how can we harness the innovation, ideas and technology to address the causes of gun violence so we can make our families and communities safer? >> here we are at the uhb of technology and innovation to leverage the great linkers and collective minds that have become synonomous with ingenuity to make our places a safe place to live. >> we are joined with the committee to reduce gun violence that will become a project. sandy hook promise, innovation initiative. and in the days immediately after the december 14th tragedy, leaders from the tech community, including ron con way and others have shown incredible support for newtown. we are so grateful for their support and we are eager to start working alongside with them to innovate our way to a safer nation. with that, i would like to introduce
those expenditures which are based on our projected cash flow, we match those up with the grant allocations that are planned to fund those and there will be a committed revenue and for the grant allocations that are already in place, planned for those that we are continuing to seek. and if necessary, another category for revenues that we need to seek new funding for that are not currently planned. >> the operating expenditures will be the continued same expenditures, facility management is the major one, support for ac transit for the increased cost in the temporary terminal. some insurance costs, and security and parking control officers. and the temporary terminal is funded by regional measure to the revenue and a small amount of advertising revenue and rent from gray found and i am happy to answer the questions but we will be presenting you with numbers next month. >> i kind of have a just... i don't know. the thing about the other the cal trans, reading this, i can't determine whether the cal translegal department asked us to replace cal transgeneral parking or whether it is
decades. san francisco has not taken on a lot of growth. and we are see a reversal of that plan and it is not that the office park and the jobs will disappear but in those areas we see a concentration of employment close to transit and services. important to recognize the increase of latin os and the aging of the population and two-thirds over the next 30 years will be a senior population and that relates to how our housing production is changing. and we have been introducing more single family homes, but in 2000 to 2010, which was not a decade where they had a lot of housing pro-ducks, but the pro-ducks is shifting towards multifamily housing and in fact san francisco plays a major role is the first plan that the city is experiencing and producing multifamily housing and high-rise and residential development and that is a neat pattern for the city and county for the region. and so how are we embracing those trends and the plan b area. so you are familiar with the priority development area with the framework that was developed not just with the legislation, as sb375 that we have
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